Margaret Roller is a research professional with expertise in design, execution, analysis, and reporting, offering clients well-thought-out research studies tailored to the needs of the organization. Margaret’s consulting firm works one-on-one with large and small for-profit companies as well as non-profit and government organizations to provide program development and evaluation, satisfaction, attitude and behavior, usability, new product/service, and communication research among consumers, business target groups, behavioral and social scientists, not-for-profit stakeholders, and management/non-management employees.
Margaret also provides qualitative workshops and training as well as informal ‘lunch and learn’ discussions. For these sessions, Margaret partners with the client to develop content for employees, staff, and faculty members that addresses the specific goals of the organization.
Margaret holds a MA degree in psychology and, prior to forming her consulting firm, she held corporate-side positions as research manager for AT&T, the Los Angeles Times, and Prentice Hall publishing.
Margaret has published many articles and lectured on various issues facing the research industry. Many of her articles and papers can be downloaded by clicking here. Margaret is also an associate editor for Survey Practice, she is on the communications task force for the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology (SQIP), a section of Division 5 of the American Psychological Association, and Margaret is the lead author of a graduate-level book — Applied Qualitative Research Design: A Total Quality Framework Approach — published in 2015 from Guilford Press.
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